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An award-winning author creates stories on modern princesses who don't need princes while teaching little girls how to invest, establish businesses, and negotiate all by themselves.
At the heart of every children’s book or every fairy tale lies a lesson awaiting its young readers. Imagine if those stories armed children with practical life skills—lessons that they can take with them as they grow older.HSBC Philippines is engaging its ...
 
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Janice Lao is making it a point to create green changes in businesses.
Whether it’s become evident or not, a green revolution has erupted across the globe. Developed countries such as the Scandinavian nations, Japan, and Switzerland lead the pack when it comes to sustainable practices. The Philippines is catching up with the movement through ...
 
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A child-focused development agency, World Vision is committed to uplifting children living in poor and vulnerable conditions through various programs.
For every two students in the Philippines enrolled in school, one child is denied this basic right.Every year, nearly 25 million students from age 6 to 24 flock to schools across the country. What's keeping another 12 million from joining them? Young ...
 
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More royal babies, please!
Yet again, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have made an exceedingly adorable appearance together.Stepping out at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' Investiture as the Prince of the Wales, Meghan and Harry's PDA was as sweet as ever. And the Duke of Sussex even ...
 
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The three-year-old royal made a little misstep during his most recent appearance.
Even blue-blooded kids are, at the end of the day, kids.That's what Monaco's Prince Jacques reminded us earlier this week, during the Monaco National Day celebrations in Monte Carlo. Jaques was standing on a balcony of the royal palace, waving to the crowd ...
 
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Awit at Laro is a music album and songbook that celebrates the spirit of play.
Every Sunday was Family Day at the Mañosa compound, and for eight-year-old Bambi Mañosa, that meant one thing: getting to play with her cousins. They’d head outdoors at night and play hide-and-seek together, the darkness adding a little extra excitement to the ...
 
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First of all, we're going extinct.
Calling all middle children! After getting overshadowed throughout our entire childhoods, it's officially our time to shine.It's on August 12 and you can celebrate by sharing your cake equally with your younger and older siblings — if anyone remembers to pay attention to you at all.Back ...
 
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A bizarre royal rule explains why the couple won't technically have custody of their kids.
While it's none of our business if and when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decide to have a baby, it's worth noting that if they do, they won't actually have full custody of their children. According to reports, the Royal Family have a somewhat bizarre custody ...
 
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Royal Photographer Chris Jackson gives us the inside scoop.
Meghan Markle's official visit to Ireland last week was filled with notable fashion moments. (She wore four completely different outfits over the course of 48 hours in Dublin.) But it was a sweet interaction between the Duchess of Sussex and three-year-old Walter Cullen that royal ...
 
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While in Ireland, he was asked if he wants a big family.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have both made it pretty clear that they want kids, and the adorable antics of Prince George and Princess Charlotte at baby brother Prince Louis's christening may have given their fans a case of baby fever. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just finished ...
 
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made some new friends.
A few lucky little ones got to get up close and personal with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their royal tour of Ireland today. While visiting Croke Park in Dublin, the pair chatted with young athletes in the stadium—and a couple of tiny ...
 
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In her debut book, Raising Heirs, Eleanore Lee Teo dives into parenthood and tackles the challenges that face setting up the second generation for success.
There’s a common belief that the first generation of a clan toils to earn a fortune, while the second squanders it, and the third ultimately finishes it off. This is an idea that Eleanore Lee Teo wants to dispel in her book, ...
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